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middle east. more anti-american protests are expected throughout the muslim world today as u.s. officials continue to investigate the violent demonstrations in libya that left four americans dead. aggressive action by the federal reserve, the central bank announces a new initiative designed to spur the economy and put americans back to work. and its effect can already be measured on wall street. pathway to the stars. nation bids a final farewell to neil armstrong. >> you can now finally put out your hand even touch the face of god. this is the "cbs morning news" god. this is the "cbs morning news" for friday, september 14, 2012. captioning funded by cbs good morning.
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i'm terrell brown. u.s. diplomatic missions are on high alert on concerns of anti-american protests. egypt remains the site of the longest and largest protest. this morning demonstrations moved from the u.s. embassy to the administrates of cairo. libyan officials said four arrests have been made on the attack on the u.s. consulate. according to libyan interior minister the attack was a two pronged operation, first the consulate in benghazi was stormed where chris steven's and another american were killed. the rest of the staff was evacuated to a safe house. that was raided hours later. two other americans died in that assault. libyan officials said militants may have been tipped about the safe house location by someone in libyan security. susan mcginnis is following this from washington. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. washington is bracing for more violence across the muslim world today, this is after muslim religious authorities called for mass demonstrations after the
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weekly friday prayers. protests continue in cairo, egypt for the fourth day in a row. anger over an american made anti-islam film has spread from egypt to libya to yemen. u.s. officials have beefed up security at embassies around the world. >> directed my administration to do whatever is necessary to protect all americans who are serving abroad, one of my highest priorities as president. >> reporter: officials peer the demonstrations will escalate today after several muslim clerics called on muslims to join the protest after the traditional friday prayers. libyan officials believe armed militants used the protests as a cover to attack the u.s. consulate in benghazi. four americans including ambassador christopher stevens died in the attack. libyan officials said they made four arrests. u.s. officials believe the radical islamic group, ansar al
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sharia, an offshoot of al qaeda is behind the deadly attacks. president obama issued a warning to terrorists. >> i want people around the world to hear me to all those who would do us harm. no act of terror will go unpunished. >> reporter: the political short fallout here continues. stemming from mitt romney's criticism of president obama's handling of the embassy attacks. >> the next president of the united states, mitt romney! . >> reporter: at a rally in virginia a protester cut romney off when he started to talk about libya. >> what a tragedy to lose a wonderful -- a wonderful. >> reporter: mitt romney's attacks of the president the day after the libyan killings leaving some to believe he may have acted too soon. >> they realize they may have jumped the gun. don't get your foot into something and have the waters change between when you stepped in and when you're ready to make your move. >> reporter: from air force one
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president obama called republican congressional leaders to thank them for not joining romney's attacks. secretary of state hillary clinton will be at andrews air force base this afternoon to receive back into the u.s. the remains of the americans killed in benghazi. >> the other two americans who were killed in the benghazi attacks have been identified by the state department. they were both former navy s.e.a.l.s working security. again dougherty was a paramedic, pilot and trained sniper. >> glenn lived his life t poses a right to
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vote. it requires a photo i.d. to vote. >> too little time, too many people affected, and there's no place in the statute which guarantees that qualified electors can get the i.d. they need to vote. >> simply a means to establish that you are in fact who you say you are and, therefore, a registered voter. >> pennsylvania legislature passed the law six months ago. democrats say the law will allow to win the state in it's 20 electoral votes. the federal reserve is launching a new effort to boost
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the economy and make borrowing cheaper. >> reporter: it's the first time the federal reserve has committed to boost the economy every month and keep interest rates low until unemployment goes down. fed chairman ben bernanke said the economic recovery especially in the u.s. job market is stuck. >> this is a main street policy because what we're about here is trying to get jobs going, we're trying to create more employment. >> reporter: specifically the fed will buy $40 billion worth of mortgage bonds every month. the idea being to drive mortgage rates even lower than their historic lows now. bernanke says if it works the plan should increase home buying, help the stock market and drive up consumer spending. >> if people feel their financial situation is better because their 401(k) looks better, their house is worth more, they are more willing to go out and spend and that will provide the demand that firms need in order to hire and invest. >> reporter: while wall street loved the announcement the fed's
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open ended commitment to keep interest rates low has a down side. it could hurt retirees living on fixed incomes and anyone invested in savings accounts or money market funds. republican nominee mitt romney who has already promised to fire ben bernanke called the fed's intervention confirmation that president obama's policies have not worked. he said we should be creating wealth not dollars. and bernanke may have timed this increase in hiring as an election gift to the president. b bern rejected that notion saying the timing was related to a stagnant economy not to politics. how would the markets react to ben bernanke's announcement? ashley morrison is here. >> reporter: asian markets rallied on the fed's news. tokyo nikkei added 2% to hit a three week high while the hang
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seng gained 3%. wall street liked the news. the dow was up 206 points while the nasdaq added 41. the fed announcement also sent the price of gold soaring. gold rose 2% to just over $1772 per ounce. fed action carries the risk of inflation, making gold safe-haven for investors. a federal judge mass temporarily blocked a new law aimed at preventing members of congress and others from making inside stock trades. it requires 30,000 government employees to disclose details about their financial transactions. the judge ruled that the law could not immediately be enforced on executive branch employees because it infringes on their right to privacy but the injunction done affect enforcement of law to members of congress or their staff. new look for u.s. today the nation's second largest newspaper has changed its logo for the first time in its 30 year history. the paper's print edition will
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feature more color graphics and photo and they are overhauling their website and mobile apps. making some changes. >> every once in a while you have to shake it up, do an upgrade. >> reporter: keep it fresh. >> have a good weekend. coming up, subway shocker. a man stumbles unconscious into the tracks, but he won't get any help from a fellow rider who decides to rob him. a car slams into an apple store and thieves go o.
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nation's capital. the service was held in the national cathedral where a piece of moon rock is embedded in one of its stained glass windows. armstrong was remembered as a private person and a reluctant hero. >> neil captured the very best in the american character, and he put it on display for the whole world to see. he's now slipped the bonds of earth once again, but what a legacy he's left. >> former astronaut john glenn was in attendance as well as armstrong's "apollo 11" crew men. buzz aldren and michael collins. on july 20th, 1969 after maneuvering the lunar module around rocks and craters armstrong took man's first step on the surface of the moon. >> one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind. the last man to step foot on
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the moon called armstrong a special friend whose name will live on in history. >> you can now finally put out your hand and touch the face of god. >> singer diana cross performed the song that armstrong and aldren listened to when they were on the surface of the moon. ♪ fly me to the moon ♪ and let me play among the stars ♪ >> a private service was held at his home near cincinnati. he'll be buried at sea later today. a big honor for boxing great muhammad ali. he was given a medal for his fight for civil rights and religious freedom. hundreds turned out for the ceremony in philadelphia, thursday. his wife said he simply stood up for what he believed in. the 70-year-old retired champ is battling parkinson's disease. here's surveillance video of a bad samaritan in sweden.
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a guy falls into subway tracks in stockholm. laying there unconscious and a guy jumps down not to help but to rob him. it gets worse. a few minutes later a train runs over this poor guy. he survived but his injuries were serious. his left foot had to be amputated. the mugger walks off like nothing happened. there he is. police are still looking for that guy. you won't find these bundling burglars at the genius bar. police say they tried to rob an apple store last week ramming the security gate with their beemer and grabbed iphones and ipads. they escaped with a flat tire. went to a nearby 7/eleven and stole a can of fix a flat. police are looking for his accomplices. does anything surprise me any more these days? coming up next your friday morning weather and in sports a little razzle dazzle as the packers take on the bears.
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packers take on the bears.
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here's a look at the weather. in new york partly sunny 82 degrees. miami thunderstorms 88. most lie sun i in chicago, 72. thunderstorms in dallas 80 degrees. mostly sunny in los angeles 96. let's check your national forecast. strong cold front producing showers and thunderstorms will
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drift across the southern plains in texas, some areas could get three inches or more of rain. another cold front moves from great lakes to kansas bringing showers and a rumble of thunder. mostly dry on both coasts. in sports this morning the packers attack the bears with a swarming d and creative play calling. jay cutler had a rough night in the first. chicago qb was sacked by matthews. cutler hit the turf seven times. in the second pack lines to the field goal but a fake. crabtree rumbles 27 yards for the td. packers maul the bears 23-10. in baseball, the race for the wild card slide and cards are in control. adrian gonzalez took a deep rbi double to the left. driving the dodgers only run. next inning, shumaker singles to left. molina rounds the bases to tie this game. cardinals take down l.a. 2-1. they have a two game lead over the dodgers for the wild card spot. a tight battle to stay on top of the american league east.
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yankees struck out seven red sox allowing three runners past first base. derek jeter lifted an rbi single in the seventh tieing willy mays for 10th place on the career hit list. new york shuts down boston 2-0. and bottom 14, two outs, a the orioles tagged one to the left. joyce makes a desperate dive. just misses it. the winning run scores baltimore, 3-2 to stay tied with the yankees for first place in the al east. when we come back another look at this morning's top stories and on ice after a five day search a missing woman is found alive in her freezer. how she got there coming up. freezer. how she got there coming up. most of the pain i experience is neck pain
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here's a look at the weather in some cities around the country. d.c. clouds and sun 84. mostly sunny in atlanta, 82. partly cloudy skies in st. louis 74. mostly sunny in denver 77 same deal in seattle, 77 degrees.
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top stories now on a friday morning. more anti-american protests are expected today in the muslim world following weekly prayers. demonstrators have already taken to the streets in cairo. libyan officials say there have been four arrests in the attack on the u.s. consulate in benghazi. the federal reserve has launched an aggressive new effort to boost the economy and stock market. the fed will buy up to $40 billion of mortgage bonds every month the idea here is to drive mortgage rates lower. a bizarre end to the search for an oklahoma woman who had been missing since saturday. the 59-year-old woman was found alive in her apartment on wednesday. she got stuck in her deep freezer and could not get out. she was taken to the hospital with severe frostbite to the lower half of her body. >> she thought it was like bad weather was going to come and she told the neighbors a tornado coming, and i guess that's what
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spooked her and made her get in the freezer but she couldn't get out. >> bad weather coming. her son said she was over medicated. police do not suspect foul play. vice president joe biden will be in washington, d.c. to attend meetings. on wednesday he was on the campaign trail where he made a geographic gaffe. seems he forgot where he was. >> to send your kid to school, to college or to keep your kid in a college, whether a community college or a wayne state university or any college in america -- wright state. but it also includes wayne state. >> you hear the crowd trying to correct him. he was at wright state which is in dayton, ohio. not wayne state which is in detroit. coming up, the latest cbs news poll on the race for the white house. i'm terrell brown. this is the "cbs morning news". morning news".
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,,,,,,,, summer may be over but this bear is ready for a pool party. the black bear took a dip in someone's backyard pool in california last night. the homeowner got the surprise of her life when she looked out her back window and saw it going for a swim. i wouldn't mess with it. swim as long as you want mr. bear. the bear managed to later sneak away into nearby woods. researchers set up in the waters off of massachusetts in search of a creature feared by many, the great white shark. our boston affiliate visited their unique laboratory. >> reporter: sunrise guides up to the ocesearch, a 126-foot boat sitting in a stew of great white shark bait. sometimes floating, sometimes liquid, sometimes a paste. pretty down and dirty for an expedition with some lofty goals.
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>> this is the home of jaws. a 400 million-year-old secret. when we get a spot tag on that fish we'll solve that puzzle where do they breed, where do they feed, when do they arrive here, when do they depart, what are they doing? >> reporter: questions chris fisher has been asking all over the globe. using a sometimes controversial tactic of baiting, guiding and temporarily lifting sharks out of the water for research. state marine biologist shows us the satellite tag that tracks sharks for five years. by pulling the shark up on to this wooden platform researchers can get right up close and personal with the animal and find out things about it they just can't tell when it's in the water. >> we're able to take blood, look at parasites, take tissue samples. >> reporter: in this area where sharks have made all kinds of headlines even attacked one swimmer, a surprising challenge. >> if we just get one shark i'll be very happy about that.
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>> reporter: as any fisherman will attest the first catch can be the hardest. in this case hours of sitting, foot shuffling, and, yes, more chumming. even miles off the main boat. >> things will happen every day on this ship while we do this work. that doesn't come easy no matter what you're doing otherwise somebody would have done it before. >> reporter: they have about a week left here. plenty of chum to show for it. still waiting to unlock that great white mystery. you all go on right ahead. i'll pass. coming up after your local news, reports from the middle east on the embassy attacks. we'll hear from general michael hayden. he now advises the romney campaign. plus some of the last marines to be deployed to the afghanistan this week as the war draws down. richard gere and susan sarandon stop by the studio to talk about their new movie.
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all that a little bit later. that will do it for the morning news this friday. happy friday. we made it. i'm terrell brown. take it easy. i'm terrell brown. take it easy. have a great day. -- captions by vitac -- -- captions by vitac --
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and developing new set of and not this morning. investigators are trying to figure out if there were police fires within an hour of each other are connected.


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